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Rmpr

Brazil vs Netherlands Match Discussion Thread

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He took it thrice and thankfully scored all three times. The thing is, why penalise (heh ... ) the kick taker because the other team keeps interfering?

Yep, it should always count if he scores unless the players who invaded were from his own team. There's no point in redoing the penalty because the opposing team violated the rules, it means you are rewarding them for not following them which doesn't make sense. Making the player shoot again in case he misses is enough of a punishment for invading. If you gave a goal right away it would feel awkward IMO because it would be surpassing the punishment for the play which generated the penalty, which should be worse than invading.

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DAvid Luiz lost a few brain cells last match. You head it to CORNER not to the middle of the box.

Very amateur mistake.

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One goal down to a penalty didn't happen and an offside second goal. They're tarnishing Holland's reputation here. They don't need it to rape us.

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All of this doesn't surprise me. Felipão said it himself he doesn't understand what happened when we lost to Germany. He has literally no idea what he's doing or how to read the game. And when players do stupid mistakes like Luiz just did it becomes a hopeless case.

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